What is (for other computer) when referring to rules?

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What is (for other computer) when referring to rules? [message #20557] Fri, 04 August 2006 19:25
R Ham  is currently offline R Ham
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Registered: August 2006
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I recently reformatted my hard drive and made sure to export my .pst file to
a burnable cd, and imported it back into OUtlook. When I try to run the
rules, which were successfully imported all of them, and there are a lot.
They all have the notation for other computer behind them and they aren't
moving my emails the way they are supposed to. Can anyone shed some light on
this phenomenon.
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